University of Lincoln

ICT Services – Cloud Desktop Service

The University’s current Cloud Desktop service (Citrix) will be replaced during the summer of 2022 with a new cloud desktop service from Microsoft called Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD).

Your invitation to join the Staff Sustainability Advocates Network

Following recent discussion at the University’s Environment and Sustainability Committee, we would like to reconvene and formalise the Staff Sustainability Advocates (SSA) Network into a structured forum that’s more capable of empowering and mobilising staff sustainability champions.

Images of Research

The Images of Research competition showcases the research taking place at the University of Lincoln and offers researchers the chance to represent their work through a single, unique image. Participants are asked to submit their image, along with a 150-word abstract describing how the image reflects their research.

Menopause and the Workplace

UNISON University of Lincoln Branch, in partnership with UCU and the University of Lincoln, are hosting a Menopause and the Workplace event, with guest speakers from Balance, who are market leaders in specialist menopause treatment and education. This event will take place at 12 – 1.30pm on Thursday 23 June 2022 in the Jackson lecture theatre.

Forging ‘Permanent Order’ from Disorder in the Peoples Republic of China: National (in)security, Frontier Genocide, State Terror and a Sanctioned Academic

In the very first inaugural lecture for the Politics of Disorder research group, Dr Jo Smith Finley will be giving an overview of her research on the Uyghur population in Xinjiang in Western China and their struggle against securitisation, human rights violations, and terror of the Chinese state, as well as her experience of being one of nine UK citizens sanctioned by the Chinese government.

Major Grant Success for University Library

Dr Hope Williard, an Academic Subject Librarian with the University of Lincoln library, has been awarded a Professional Practice Fellowship, jointly funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council and Research Libraries UK (AHRC-RLUK).

Towards a Global History of the Latin Language: Latinity after Antiquity

Dr Graham Barrett, Senior Lecturer in Late Antiquity and Joint Programme Leader for Classical Studies in the School of History and Heritage, has just published a special issue of Eranos: Acta Philologica Suecana on the theme of ‘Latinity after Antiquity’, co-edited with Oren Margolis (Lecturer in Renaissance Studies at the University of East Anglia) and featuring contributions by scholars from the UK, the USA, France, Italy, and Austria.

Life Sciences Secures Major International Funding

A research team based within the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Lincoln has been awarded major research funding from the Human Frontier Science Programme Organisation (HFSPO).

PER Skills Training – Session 3: Activity Planning

This is the third of four workshop sessions in this year’s public engagement training programme. If you have any questions about the programme, or this session in particular, please get in touch: You can register for this session here.

Research FIRST Funding Surgery

On 22 June 2022 the Research Development Team will be running our next online Research FIRST funding surgery. This surgery will be an opportunity for post-doctoral researchers of all career stages to discuss any aspect of research funding and bid development with us.